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English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková
Contact me Name: Julia Gaponenkova Degree: Mgr.
To pass the exam ● FINAL TEST> min. 51% ● 10 classes > max. 2 absences ● 9 small tests > min. 4 passed ● 9 hometasks > min. 4 done
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GRAMMAR Present simple X Present continuous
Present simple 1 The Present Simple tense is used for two main types of action: Habits > Actions which happen regularly (for example, every day or every week) States > Things which do not often change (for example, opinions)
Present simple 2 (examples) Habits They go to class every day. Santos always talks about his family. Jerry spends Christmas with his parents. States Bianca lives in Florida. We like chocolate. Anna believes in God.
Present simple 3 Negative sentence: I / you / we / they don’t drink milk He / she / it doesn’t drink milk Question: Do you drink milk? Does she drink milk? Question tag: You drink milk, don’t you? She drinks milk, doesn’t she?
Present continuous 1 An action happening now John is working in the library. It's raining outside. She is spending Christmas with his family. A definite plan for the future Sarah is leaving for San Francisco on Friday. I am having a party next week.
Present continuous 2 Negative sentence: You aren’t playing football He / she / it isn’t playing football Question: Are you playing football? Is he playing football?
GRAMMAR SOME, ANY, NO
SOME x ANY SOME Positive sentences (countable and uncountable nouns). I have some friends. Questions (when offering or requesting something) Would you like some bread? (offer) Could I have some water? (request) ANY Negative sentences I don’t have any friends. Questions (countable and uncountable nouns). Do you have any cheese?
NO ▪ Positive sentences with negative meaning There are no girls in the class. ▪ Not a/an I am no Mozart.
GRAMMAR SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE, SOMETHING in positive sentences. He lives somewhere in France. ANYBODY, ANYWHERE, ANYTHING: in negative sentences or questions. Do you know anything about that boy? She doesn't have anywhere to go. NOTHING: in positive sentences (with a negative meaning). This task is very easy! There's nothing difficult!
English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková
GRAMMAR Past simple X Past continuous
Past simple 1 Past Tense of the verb "To Be“ am, is WAS are WERE She was in the theatre last month. They were teachers 2 years ago. Yesterday, I.... at school. I realised that three of my classmates …. sick. I visited Tom the hospital, but he …. pleased to see me.
Past simple 2 “to be” Negative: was WASN’T were WEREN’T Question: Was she happy, when you saw her? Were they embarrased? Question tag: They were ugly, weren’t they? She wasn’t smart enough, was she?
Past simple 3 Past Tense of the ordinary verb regular +ed irregular form change Peter visited his colleagues on Friday. Our boss flew to LA last week.
Past simple 4 ordinary verbs Negative: DIDN’T They didn’t even try to save us. Question: Did they try to save us? Why didn’t they try to save us? Question tag: I listened to the music, didn’t I? She didn’t cook, did she?
Past continuous 1 John was working in the library when she called. We were playing a game when he came in. Negative sentence: You weren’t playing football. It wasn’t crying. Question: Were you playing football? Was he playing football?
GRAMMAR Infinitive X Gerund
Gerund 1 verb + ing admitHe admitted stealing in the shop. avoidThey avoid going on holiday on Saturdays. carry onIf we carry on sleeping so badly, we may need help. considerRalph is considering buying a new house. delayI delayed telling Max the news. … etc.
Gerund 2 (verb list) AdmitDelayFinishPermitResist AdviseDenyForbidPostponeResume AppreciateDetestGet throughPracticeRisk AvoidDislikeHaveQuitSpend time Can’t helpEnjoyImagineRecallSuggest CompleteEscapeMindReportTolerate ConsiderExcuseMissResentWaste time
Infinitive 1 To + verb agree She agreed to speak before the game ask We asked the boys not to make noise attempt John attempted to cheat … etc.
GRAMMAR Present perfect X Present perfect continuous
Present perfect 1 I (visit) ……. my family I have visited my family I (see) ……..3 movies this week ? Harry (fail) …….his exam again ? We (arrive) ……in Prague ?
Present perfect 2 1. Actions which started in the past and are still continuing ( FOR, SINCE) He has lived in Canada for five years. She has worked at the University since Actions which happened at some unknown time in the past (ALREADY, YET, EVER, NEVER) I've already seen that film. I don't want to see it again. Have you ever been to Germany?
Present perfect 3 3. Actions which happened in the past, but have an effect in the present TenseSentenceMeaning Present perfect I've lost my keys.I don't have the keys. They are still missing. Simple past I lost my keys yesterday. I didn't have them yesterday, but maybe today I found them. Present perfect She's broken her arm.? Simple past She broke her arm.?
Present perfect 4 Negative: have haveN’T (I haven’t seen it yet) has hasN’T (she hasn’t eaten a piece) Question: Have you seen it? Has she already eaten? Question tag: I have seen it, haven’t I? She hasn’t eaten, has she?
Present perfect continuous
Subject + has/have + BEEN + verb..ing + You have been waiting here for two hours. - You have not been waiting here for two hours. ? Have you been waiting here for two hours?
GRAMMAR Definite X Indefinite articles
Articles 1 A / AN (indefinite), THE (definite) or No article 1. To talk about things in general. People are worried about rising crime. 2. When talking about sports. My son plays football. Tennis is expensive. 3. Before uncountable nouns when talking about them generally. Information is important to any organisation.
Definite article THE UseDo not use names of seas, rivers, oceans, deserts, or other landmarks (the Atlantic Ocean, the Black Sea, the Mohabi Desert) plural mountains, lakes, and islands (the Hawaiian Islands, the Rocky Mountains ) Union, republic, kingdom, state, plural names of countries (the Czech Republic, the Philipines, the United States, the United Kingdom) buildings, structures, or bridges, but not if the name includes the word hall (the Hilton Hotel, the Statue of Liberty, Lind Hall ) Singular mountains, lakes, and islands (Mount Everest, Lake Michigan) names of continents, countries, states, provinces, or cities (China, Europe, Asia, Mexico) streets, parks, or squares (Rodeo Drive, Central Park, Berkeley Square)
English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková
GRAMMAR Past perfect X Past perfect continuous
Past perfect 1 SubjectHADPast participle I, you, he, we…hadarrived lived + You had studied English before you moved to New York. ? Had you studied English before you moved to New York? -You had not studied English before you moved to New York 1)She (live) …… in LA before she moved in with her parents. 2)Jason (see) … the film before John invited him to a movie theater.
Past perfect 2 USE: Completed Action Before Something in the Past I had never seen such a beautiful beach before I went to Kauai. I did not have any money because I had lost my wallet. Tony knew Istanbul so well because he had visited the city several times. ADVERB PLACEMENT always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc. You had previously studied English before you moved to New York. She had never seen a bear before she moved to Alaska. Had Susan ever studied Thai before she moved to Thailand?
Past perfect continuous
Subject + HAD + BEEN + verb..ing + You had been waiting there for more than two hours when she finally arrived. ? Had you been waiting there for more than two hours when she finally arrived? -You had not been waiting there for more than two hours when she finally arrived.
Past perfect continuous 2 USE 1: Duration Before Something in the Past They had been talking for over an hour before Tony arrived. How long had you been waiting to get on the bus? USE 2: Cause of Something in the Past Jason was tired because he had been jogging. Sam gained weight because he had been overeating.
Past perfect continuous 3 Past Continuous vs. Past Perfect Continuous He was tired because he was exercising so hard. This sentence emphasizes that he was tired because he was exercising at that exact moment. He was tired because he had been exercising so hard. This sentence emphasizes that he was tired because he had been exercising over a period of time. It is possible that he was still exercising at that moment OR that he had just finished.
Prepositions of TIME 1 ATINON PRECISE TIMEMONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES DAYS and DATES at 10.30am at noon at dinnertime at sunrise at the moment at night at the weekend at Christmas/Easter at the same time at present in May in summer in 1990 in the next century in the past/future in the morning on Sunday on Tuesdays on 6 March on Christmas Day on New Year's Eve on Tuesday morning
Prepositions of TIME 2 When we say last, next, every, this we do not use at, in, on. I went to London last June. (not in last June) He's coming back next Tuesday. (not on next Tuesday) I go home every Easter. (not at every Easter) We'll call you this evening. (not in this evening)
Prepositions of PLACE 1 Standard expressions: AT at home, at work, at school, at university, at college, at the top, at the side, at reception ON on a bus, on an elephant, on a bike, on the radio, on television, on the left, on the way IN in a taxi, in a boat, in the newspaper, in the sky, in a row, in Oxford Street, in the picture
Prepositions of PLACE 2 above - The picture is above the sofa. across - My house is across the street. against - The desk is against the wall. at the back of - We are going to sit at the back of the theater. at the top of - The books are at the top of the shelves. between - We sit between the two boys. behind - The girls sit behind the two boys. below - The desk is below the window by - The books are by the door. inside - I live inside the big green house. near - I don't live near the supermarket. next to - I live next to my best friend. opposite - The post office is on the opposite side of the street. outside - The car is outside the garage. to - We went to Europe. under - The blanket is under the bed in a box. underneath - The pen is underneath the box.
English language A1 Mgr. Yulia Gaponenková
GRAMMAR Future tenses Simple future Future continuous and other ways of expressing future Present simple Present continuous
Simple future 1 – WILL + I think Monica will be at school tomorrow. - Jerry will not start to study until you come to say goodbye. ? Will you finish your pizza? Make a question and a negative. 1. You will call Michele tomorrow. 2. They will help you.
Simple future 2 – WILL USE 1: "Will" to Express a Voluntary Action A voluntary action is one the speaker offers to do for someone else. Similarly, we use "will not" or "won't" when we refuse to voluntarily do something. I will translate the , so Mr. Smith can read it. Will you help me move this heavy table? A: I'm really hungry. B: I'll make some sandwiches. USE 2 "Will" to Express a Promise I will call you when I arrive. I promise I will not tell him about the surprise party. Don't worry, I'll be careful.
Simple future 3 – Be Going To + You are going to meet Jane tonight. Nigel ________ confess. We ________ do this because we don’t want to. - Mike is not going to leave Santander. ? Are you going to eat or not?
Simple future 4 – Be Going To USE 3: "Be going to" to Express a Plan I'm going to be an actor when I grow up. Michelle is going to travel to Europe next year. They are going to drive all the way to Alaska. USE 4: "Will" or "Be Going to" to Express a Prediction The year 2222 will be a very interesting year. The year 2222 is going to be a very interesting year.
Simple future 5 – important! No Future in Time Clauses!!! When you will arrive tonight, we will go out for dinner. Not Correct When you arrive tonight, we will go out for dinner. Correct ADVERB PLACEMENT always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc. You will never help him. Will you ever help him? You are never going to meet Jane. Are you ever going to meet Jane?
Future continuous Will + be + verb…ing + He will be waiting for us. - He will not be waiting for us. ? Will he be waiting for us? USE: To emphasize an action or an event that will be in progress at some time in the future.
Other ways of expressing future 1.Present simple (future action is fixed (e.g. timetable)) The train leaves at Present continuous (planned action in the near future) I am studying for a test tonight, I can’t come to a party. -Future Simple Perfect We will have worked at the school 25 years next week. -Future Perfect Continuous In the fall, I will have been studying here for 2 years.
GRAMMAR Word order
Word order 1 SubjectVerb(s)Object IspeakEnglish Positive sentence: BASIC structure SubjectVerb(s)Indirect object Direct object PlaceTime Iwill tellyouthe storyat schooltomorrow Positive sentence: ADVANCED structure SubjectVerb(s)Indirect object Direct object PlaceTime Iwill NOT tellyouthe storyat schooltomorrow Negative sentence: ADVANCED structure
Word order 2 Interro gative Auxilary verb SubjectOther verb(s) Indirect object Direct object PlaceTime Whatwouldyoulike to tellme? Didyouhavea partyin a flatyesterday? Whenwereyouhere? InterrogativeVerb(s)Object Whoaskedyou? Exception: WHO, WHAT Questions
Word order 3 Position of Adverbs 1.Adverb of Manner (e.g.: slowly, carefully, awfully) SubjectVerb(s)Adverb Hedrovecarefully 2. Adverb of Place (e.g. here, there, behind, above) SubjectVerb(s)Direct objectAdverb Istayedthere Ileftherthere
Word order 4 Position of Adverbs 3. Adverb of Time (e.g.: recently, now, then, yesterday) TimeSubjectVerb(s)Indirect object Direct objectTime Iwill tellyouthe storytomorrow TomorrowIwill tellyouthe story 4. Adverbs of Frequency (e.g.: always, never, seldom, usually) SubjectAuxilary/beAdverbMain verbObject, place or time Ioftendancein the evenings Hedoesn’talwaysplaytennis Weareusuallyat home at the weekend Ihaveneverbeenabroad
Rewrite the sentences and put the adverbs in correctly. We were in London. (last week) → He walks his dog. (rarely) → She waited. (patiently) → My father goes fishing. (always) → Your bedroom is. (upstairs) → We don't go skiing. (in summer) → Cats can hear. (well) → I saw him. (there) → The girl speaks English. (fluently) → I have seen that film. (never) / (before) → We were in London last week. He rarely walks his dog. She waited patiently. My father always goes fishing. Your bedroom is upstairs. We don’t go skiing in summer. Cats can hear well. I saw him there. The girl speaks English fluently. I have never seen that film before.